Pretty scarecrow...(Are there any crows to scare?)
A spring scarecrow! Way cool! I also like your little wordless shot above it. :)
Cute! And not too scary. ;^)
Very nice! Gorgeous garden, btw. :)I have yet to visit NYC. ONE DAY!!
Tell me that's on the Upper West Side....
I like this "english" word : scarecrow !Is it You ??? Euh, it's a joke... Your post is so funny...See You Later DaryL !
He looks comfy! Hope you're having a wonderful day!
Now that's a cute display, especially with all the colours
I like... it made me smile! Thank you!
very colorful and fall like...
That's one happy looking scarecrow! Maybe because there are no crows to scare?
That scarecrow is far too pretty to scare anything! :)
I think I know her. Actually I may have dated her...In fact... I may have married her!
Good thing that scarecrow is there, I wouldn't think it's Fall in that little corner of the world.
What lovely colours! I like that the nose matches the flowers and then the pink ones behind are like a backdrop...very nice composition Daryl.
that is a sweet scene :)
Those flowers don't look terribly fall-like, do they? But it's still completely cute!
I LOVE it! I've never seen a city scarecrow before!!
Very cute, and I love the book idea. :D
Love the flowers... they look so lush!
That is just too cute to scare me.I'm late today in reading my *regulars* and I still haven't started on my post for tomorrow.I think I have post election blues.Perhaps a large glass of wine will help to inspire me.(Or to drown my sorrows.)Bear((( )))
Wow! daryl, this could have been a Ruby Tuesday post! Ha! I love it! Right in the middle of Manhattan! :)
So pretty! It would be very hard not to smile back at him...
Central Park? Or outside your front stoop?Cute wherever it is.
DarylCome over to visit my blog today.I have an award for you.Bear((( )))
"I am so glad to be sitting here this afternoon" ;)
Between the not-so-scarecrow et les fleurs, a smile-inducing image! ;-)
a sign of the times ...
Oh how cute!